Highs & Lows?

Highs & Lows is an evening of performances in OT301, Amsterdam. The night, produced and curated by 4bid, focuses on movement research in contemporary dance and live art, and is . The idea behind H&L is to give contemporary dance, performance and live art a platform to show work that is experimental, daring, unfunded, collaborative, result of research or work in progress.

Public is invited to become Critical Writers in Performance at 4bid.
We like to encourage critical thinking alongside enjoyment of the evenings we curate.
As a member of the audience of H&L you can contribute by writing a critique, a review or a commentary on the whole evening or on a specific piece (free choice).
Each H&L welcomes one writer (professional or non) to leave us their vision either on the same night of the event or by emailing it to 4bidgallery@gmail.com
Each writer will receive a Free Entrance to the following H&L event.

The monthly event hosts international artists who bring their work to the OT301 which accommodate the needs of each performance by showing each work in the spaces that most suites its presentation: the studios/theatre, the gallery, the rehearsal studio, in-between spaces, leading the audience through different experiences during the evening.

Performances details can be found on facebook under the voice Highs & Lows.
Tickets charge goes towards the venue hire and technical support as well as towards covering the artist’s expenses to stage the work.

Check H&L Open Call <<<









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